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Philantourism to pop culture: 5 trends that will rule travel in 2021
2020 tossed out all travel plans and put into perspective the importance of embracing the small and simple things in life, which might explain why so many of us are looking forward to enjoying laidback holidays in 2021.
Ajinkya Rahane-led team storms fortress Gabba
Test win caps off one of the greatest series in the modern era between India and Australia
Footloose no more: Taking cautious steps into the world of travel
Travel bloggers, influencers and show hosts weigh the advantages of undertaking a trip over its risks in the midst of a pandemic.
World Mental Health Day: Watching over our COVID warriors
On World Mental Health Day, Asiaville speaks to COVID-19 frontline healthcare workers about their mental health and how they are coping with being the first line of defence amid a pandemic.
Bad Boy Billionaires: India: High on gas, low on fizz
The Netflix docuseries is a half-baked attempt at retelling the tales of the downfall of India’s notorious business tycoons.
Finding balance: Ranchi girl turns her life around with yoga
Having struggled with depression for three years, Sheetal Jain believes help is available if people try to seek it.
Healing from trauma: Bihar girl on a mission to ‘Break the Silence’
A law student, who was sexually abused by her father’s friend as a minor, has been educating school children to defend themselves against predators.
Time to talk: Bengaluru girl’s campaign leads to launch of India’s first 24x7 suicide prevention helpline
One-and-half years on and still struggling to understand why her brother took his life, Raashi Thakran is on a mission to erase stigma surrounding mental health issues.
Undefeated by depression: Haryana boy helps others find their voice
Arjun Gupta, who battled depression, has authored two books about taking mental health issues by the horns.